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Windows 7: I have strange BSOD in Windows 7

20 Jun 2009   #11
tw33k

Windows 7 Ultimate (x64) SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Rosermax View Post
I installed Windows 7 from flashmemory... and BSOD start, when i enter on the sites... sites as forum- nothing... youtube - you can crash... or when i download with uTorrent.....
so are you trying to update one build with another? you haven't given any information. are you running windows 7 and trying to upgrade it? is that when the blue screens started?


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20 Jun 2009   #12
Rosermax

 

I don't update my lan drivers, because it writes that they are up to date...do you really think that from dvd it would be better?
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20 Jun 2009   #13
Dark Nova Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate, OS X 10.7, Ubuntu 11.04
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Rosermax View Post
I don't update my lan drivers, because it writes that they are up to date... you really think that from dvd it would be better?
Its worth a shot. Not saying that installing via USB is the problem, but trying from DVD would eliminate that from being the issue.
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20 Jun 2009   #14
Rosermax

 

Ok, I'll try...
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02 May 2010   #15
rogMar

Windows 7 Ultimate on all four of them.
 
 

Don't mean to interrupt, but I've been searching for a forum post similar to my own situation and this one strikes a chord;

I'm trying to give background while keeping it short, so be patient with me... I have a computer that's completely capable running 7 without glitches for quite a while, but when I reinstalled the OS due to overcrowding in the apps department, the computer started to reboot whilst I slept, which needless to say, was unpleasant for me. I had the issue repeat itself a couple of times before I noticed the correlation betwixt downloading activity (uTorrent, etc.) and the dreaded BSOD.

I googled and found alot of good info. I followed steps outlined in an article called "How to read the small memory dump files that Windows creates for debugging" and ended up tracking the source of my woes to the driver of my NIC card, Realtek RTL8101E, which is called Rt86win7.sys. I've attached the files that led me to this belief for verification and in case I missed something.

I've tried to reinstall the device and reinstall the driver, but windows says it's the best driver there is. The manufacturer's website makes it extremely hard for me to find drivers (it keeps running me in circles and dumping me off on a download page for what looks like audio drivers). Properties says the drivers are the newest builds and came from Realtek, and all is hunky-dory, so I'm not sure what to do.


I have a theory that if I were to try to reinstall the driver from the windows.old folder, a driver which seemed to have worked fine before, maybe that would help, but barring that, I don't know what to do, or even if I'm on the right track. I could be making assumptions that are way off-base.

If this belongs in another thread, I'm sorry, I just thought it might relate to this one somehow...
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02 May 2010   #16
theog

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

ME/XP/Vista/Win7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rogMar View Post
Don't mean to interrupt, but I've been searching for a forum post similar to my own situation and this one strikes a chord;

I'm trying to give background while keeping it short, so be patient with me... I have a computer that's completely capable running 7 without glitches for quite a while, but when I reinstalled the OS due to overcrowding in the apps department, the computer started to reboot whilst I slept, which needless to say, was unpleasant for me. I had the issue repeat itself a couple of times before I noticed the correlation betwixt downloading activity (uTorrent, etc.) and the dreaded BSOD.

I googled and found alot of good info. I followed steps outlined in an article called "How to read the small memory dump files that Windows creates for debugging" and ended up tracking the source of my woes to the driver of my NIC card, Realtek RTL8101E, which is called Rt86win7.sys. I've attached the files that led me to this belief for verification and in case I missed something.

I've tried to reinstall the device and reinstall the driver, but windows says it's the best driver there is. The manufacturer's website makes it extremely hard for me to find drivers (it keeps running me in circles and dumping me off on a download page for what looks like audio drivers). Properties says the drivers are the newest builds and came from Realtek, and all is hunky-dory, so I'm not sure what to do.


I have a theory that if I were to try to reinstall the driver from the windows.old folder, a driver which seemed to have worked fine before, maybe that would help, but barring that, I don't know what to do, or even if I'm on the right track. I could be making assumptions that are way off-base.

If this belongs in another thread, I'm sorry, I just thought it might relate to this one somehow...

Is this the driver you have downloaded.
Realtek
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02 May 2010   #17
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rogMar View Post
Don't mean to interrupt, but I've been searching for a forum post similar to my own situation and this one strikes a chord;

I'm trying to give background while keeping it short, so be patient with me... I have a computer that's completely capable running 7 without glitches for quite a while, but when I reinstalled the OS due to overcrowding in the apps department, the computer started to reboot whilst I slept, which needless to say, was unpleasant for me. I had the issue repeat itself a couple of times before I noticed the correlation betwixt downloading activity (uTorrent, etc.) and the dreaded BSOD.

I googled and found alot of good info. I followed steps outlined in an article called "How to read the small memory dump files that Windows creates for debugging" and ended up tracking the source of my woes to the driver of my NIC card, Realtek RTL8101E, which is called Rt86win7.sys. I've attached the files that led me to this belief for verification and in case I missed something.

I've tried to reinstall the device and reinstall the driver, but windows says it's the best driver there is. The manufacturer's website makes it extremely hard for me to find drivers (it keeps running me in circles and dumping me off on a download page for what looks like audio drivers). Properties says the drivers are the newest builds and came from Realtek, and all is hunky-dory, so I'm not sure what to do.


I have a theory that if I were to try to reinstall the driver from the windows.old folder, a driver which seemed to have worked fine before, maybe that would help, but barring that, I don't know what to do, or even if I'm on the right track. I could be making assumptions that are way off-base.

If this belongs in another thread, I'm sorry, I just thought it might relate to this one somehow...

Two of the 3 were caused by your nic driver, the 3rd by a scsiport.sys. I wonder if it is a combination of the two. I would first remove the scsiport to test. your idea of the old driver holds merit, or you could reinstall the current driver in compatibility mode. to do compat mode right click the installer>proporties>compatibility>choose the OS

Let us know if you need help


Ken

Code:
050110-43711-01.dmp    5/1/2010 12:47:30 PM    DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE    0x0000009f    0x00000004    0x00000258    0x850f2a70    0x82738b24    SCSIPORT.SYS    SCSIPORT.SYS+5e8e                    32-bit        C:\Users\K\Desktop\New folder (3)\050110-43711-01.dmp    2    15    7600    
050210-35349-01.dmp    5/2/2010 10:34:22 AM    IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL    0x0000000a    0x7a726100    0x00000002    0x00000001    0x82a930ac    ndis.sys    ndis.sys+6897d                    32-bit        C:\Users\K\Desktop\New folder (3)\050210-35349-01.dmp    2    15    7600    
050210-52478-01.dmp    5/2/2010 6:17:18 AM    IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL    0x0000000a    0x00000080    0x00000002    0x00000001    0x8284f0ac    ndis.sys    ndis.sys+6897d                    32-bit        C:\Users\K\Desktop\New folder (3)\050210-52478-01.dmp    2    15    7600
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02 May 2010   #18
rogMar

Windows 7 Ultimate on all four of them.
 
 

You guys are QUICK.

Since the response I got this time when I clicked "GO" was completely different than what I got last time, I must say that no, that was not the Realtek page I was sent to. It looked pretty much the same, but when I clicked on "GO", it took me to an entirely different page displaying familiar audio driver filenames for download. This time, the "GO" link brought up the download dialoge and I'm going to install the new drivers Driver_Win7_7018_04202010 now. I will let you know if this solves the issue, and THANKS for being here.
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04 May 2010   #19
rogMar

Windows 7 Ultimate on all four of them.
 
 

Well it seems that my machine keeps going to BSOD and shutting down, but I don't think it's the Realtek drivers this time... I've looked at the dmp files but my knowledge is limited, I can't tell how they relate to each other or to the previous three dmp files I attached to my last post. It seems as soon as I think I've fixed one issue, another comes up...

if i had any hair left, i'd be pulling it out by the handfuls right now...
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04 May 2010   #20
rogMar

Windows 7 Ultimate on all four of them.
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
...or you could reinstall the current driver in compatibility mode. to do compat mode right click the installer>proporties>compatibility>choose the OS

Let us know if you need help


Ken
I just got what you were saying. Let me clarify; I reinstalled Windows 7 Ultimate as a clean install to replace a previous installation of Windows 7 Ultimate. I initiated this from within the Windows 7 OS, and it proceeded to reboot and reinstall Windows 7, moving my old Windows 7 directory and user files into a folder called Windows.old, which at the time of the original post contained the old drivers that had worked fine under the previous installation of Windows 7.

Thank you very much for your help and for answering my question. It was a good answer, too.

p.s.
I didn't really look at the third .dmp file in the first set, I just assumed it was the same as the other two...
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